Provide students with a trans-disciplinary foundation of knowledge and skills drawn from the fields of business, communication, philosophy, political science, psychology, sociology and writing. Students will develop and enhance critical skill sets in areas deemed essential in hiring and advancement within organizations including: critical thinking and analytical reasoning; complex problem solving; communication; teamwork; leadership; ethics; and innovation and creativity.
Use critical thinking and analytical reasoning skills to effectively analyze and solve complex problems with creative solutions.
Apply teamwork, leadership and communication skills to work effectively with people from diverse backgrounds.
Explain professional codes of behavior and critically examine ethical questions and issues.
Students must complete courses in at least three of the following disciplines: business; communication; philosophy; political science; psychological science; sociology; or writing. Additionally, a minimum of 15 credits must be upper division credit.